On 21 Feb 2005 at 20:54, Bret Hughes said about "boolean values in postgresql":

> Question:  Assuming the above assumption is correct, what is the most
> efficient way to define a column that will take only two values who's
> values will evaluate as intended in php?

How about a CHAR(1) with "Y"/"N" (or "T"/"F") and use a trigger to enforce it. 
Or you could 
use the small int and have 0/1... the validating trigger's the point...

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